Guadeloupe

By ship
By ship

From Martinique, Dominica, Saint Lucia, Marie Galante, Les Saintes: Express des Iles (http://www.express-des-il...), Brudey Frères (http://www.brudey-freres.fr), Star Ferries (http://www.starferries.com).

Windward Islands (http://www.windward-islan...) - Windward Islands, one of the worlds largest yacht charter companies, can take care of all charter requirements, from bareboat to crewed in Guadeloupe, Martinique and St Martin. Operating from its international offices USA, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, Caribbean, Honk Kong, Dubai.

Canadian Sailing Expeditions - Tall Ship Caledonia (http://www.canadiansailin...) - The Tall Ship Caledonia will arrive in the region in the fall of 2007. Travellers can embark at Pointe-a-Pitre and sail on to various locations such as Deschaies.

Passport And Visa

Guadeloupe is an integral part of France so it has the same rules as France, which you can get from France's page.

By plane
By plane

American Airlines from San Juan, PR, Delta Airlines weekly from Atlanta, Air Caraïbes, Corsair, Air France, Air Europe, Air Canada, Cubana... To get more information, you can have a look at Guadeloupe Airport website (http://www.guadeloupe.aer...).

From Guadeloupe, to travel in the surrounding places, here is an idea of the prices roundtrip:Trinidad ~250 €, Barbade ~260 €, Puerto Rico ~300 €, Dominican Republic ~350 €, Cuba ~550 €

There is an Air Pass (http://www.liatairline.co...) to travel between most of the islands of the lesser Antilles delivered by the regional company LIAT Airlines (http://www.liatairline.com/), it costs about $500 for one month and is unlimited, but you have to pay taxes for each airport.

You can obtain information at Agence Penchard, 1 bis rue de la République 97100 Basse-Terre, Tel 0590 812 712 Fax 0590 810 711

By car
By car

From some neighbouring islands, you can travel with your car on ferry companies See section by boat.